About The Registration And Control Of Nuclear Materials And Data Reporting

Original Language Title: o evidenci a kontrole jaderných materiálů a oznamování údajů

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213/2010 Sb.



DECREE



of 17 May. June 22, 2010



about the registration and control of nuclear materials and data reporting

the required regulations of the European communities



State Office for nuclear safety shall be determined according to § 47 para. 7 of the law

No. 18/1997 Coll. on peaceful uses of nuclear energy and ionising

radiation (Atomic Act), and amending and supplementing certain acts, as amended by

Act No. 13/2002 Coll. and Act No. 253/2005 Coll., to implement section 3 (2). 2

(a). n), § 4, paragraph 4. 16 and 17, § 18 para. 1 (b). (b)), and p) to the Atomic

the law:



PART THE FIRST



INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree regulates the



and) further to the directly applicable provision of the European communities in

the application of safeguards in the framework of the Euratom Treaty (^ 1)

"Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005") requirements

the register and the method of carrying out control of nuclear materials, the range of data on the

the mining or processing of uranium and thorium ores and the manner and form of

the management of such data,



(b)), the scope and reporting on the management of selected items ^ 2), the

implementation of research and development activities related to nuclear

fuel cycle and other data required by European legislation

Community ^ 1) ^ 3).



§ 2



Definition of terms



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and counting) by increasing or decreasing the amount of State registration

of nuclear material, including changes to their category ^ 4) within the prescribed

the material balance area



(b) an overview of the inventory quantity of the book) the individual benefits of nuclear

materials found by the holder of the authorization, and that includes the sum of the

the weight of these materials according to the category, which was

detected by the accounting documents on a specific date,



(c) operating loss loss nezměřitelnými) that arise in the operation of

in particular, by evaporation, by sputtering with rounding,

the imperfections of the analytical methods or unauthorized withdrawal; These

loss is determined when you perform a physical inventory ^ 5) nuclear materials

and the result is the MUF ^ 6)



(d) operational loss změřitelnými loss) that represent such

measured by the waste of nuclear material, which is the holder of the authorization

for its properties, in particular with regard to the economic costs, completely

-usable, while the material is usually a technologically backward

without the use of artificial ore processing technology; These losses include

in particular, the necessary and the chips are mixed with other metals in common machining,

slag napečeniny on pots, unintended and highly active

solutions and residues after the analyses,



(e)) the head of the evidence of nuclear materials a natural person designated by the holder

permit, whose task is to ensure the fulfilment of the requirements arising from the

§ 4,



(f)), by the natural or legal person that disposes of

nuclear materials on the basis of an authorisation pursuant to § 9 para. 1 (b). l)

the Atomic Act.



PART TWO



THE REQUIREMENTS FOR RECORD KEEPING AND THE METHOD OF CONTROL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS



§ 3



Filing system



(1) the authorisation holders shall maintain a register of nuclear materials and carry out

their control in the establishments referred to in article 3, paragraph 3. 1 first

subparagraph of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



(2) a system for registering ^ 7) includes



and) ^ 8) recordkeeping and operating records ^ 9),



(b)) ^ 10) accounting reports,



(c)) ^ 11 special reports),



(d) advance notification sent by) ^ 12)



e) list of operating losses, retained and conditioned waste ^ 13),



(f)), the list of nuclear materials, to which the European Commission (hereinafter referred to as

"The Commission") has provided a written exception ^ 14) of the rules governing the

the form and frequency of the notification,



g) basic technical characteristics ^ 15) including their situational

drawings,



h) programme of activities ^ 16).



(3) the holder of the authorization shall send the documentation referred to in paragraph 2 to the Commission and

The State Office for nuclear safety (hereinafter "the Office"), a copy of the

the documentation that you received from the Commission, shall be sent by the Office.



(4) the holder of the authorization keeps records and conducts inspection of nuclear

materials under a written directive. Keeping of nuclear materials

and implementation of the control of the authorisation-holder shall authorise in writing of the head of

evidence of nuclear materials and a copy of this written mandate passes

The Office.



§ 4



The head of the records of nuclear materials



The head of the records of nuclear materials



and) participating in the preparation and planning of all activities of the authorisation holder

associated with the handling of nuclear materials,



b) processes and updates the directive on the registration and control of nuclear

materials and checks for compliance,



(c) is performing periodic check compliance) the physical condition of the nuclear

materials with operational records ^ 9), check the seal of the authority, the Commission and the

The International Atomic Energy Agency (hereinafter referred to as "the Agency") and the

other control of technical installations and on these checks takes

writes,



(d)) is responsible for stock ^ 8) and operating records ^ 9),

handles the book inventory ^ 17) of nuclear materials on the form No.

4, a specimen of which is given in annex 1 to this notice, and suggests

measures to ensure the proper registration and safe storage of nuclear

materials so that they are secured against theft,



e) leads the book inventory of nuclear materials at the No 5, whose

a specimen is given in annex 1 to this notice,



f) physically checks and records every receipt and dispatch of nuclear

materials,



g) ensure the implementation, organizational and physical inventory ^ 5) nuclear

materials,



h) handles accounting reports ^ 10) on the movement of nuclear materials,



I) is accompanied by the inspectors of the authority, the Commission and the Agency for the inspection,



j) holds the documents of the authority, the Commission and the Agency relating to the registration of

of nuclear materials by the licence holder for at least 5 years,



to) approve the method of storage, record keeping and inspection

nuclear materials at remote locations.



§ 5



The directive on the registration and control of nuclear materials



Accounting for and control of nuclear materials is carried out on the basis of Directive

about the registration and control of nuclear materials. The directive on the registration and

the control of nuclear materials has



and deployment of data) of nuclear materials by the licence holder,



(b)) the scope of the roles and responsibilities of the head of the evidence of nuclear

materials and nominal determination of liability other staff assigned to

at the individual workplaces, records of nuclear materials,



(c)) the manner and terms of conveying information to the head of the evidence of nuclear

materials relating to the use and consumption of nuclear materials on the

individual workplaces, the movement of nuclear materials between sites,

receiving and sending of nuclear materials,



(d) the manner of keeping operational records) ^ 9) for all workplaces in

that are used, stored or consumed by nuclear materials,



(e) the method of accounting records) ^ 8),



(f)) method and measurement procedures whose purpose is to determine the amount of nuclear

materials received, produced, transmitted, consumed, including

the measured operating losses, or in the inventory contained therein,



(g)) the use of devices and equipment, precision

the current standard, the performed measurements,



(h) evaluation of the accuracy of the measurement method) and the estimation of measurement errors,



I) method and frequency of calibration of measuring instruments, the determination of the volumes of

the tank and the method of sampling,



j) procedures to assess the differences between the measurements of the consignor and the consignee,



to convert the measured) procedures for operating losses of nuclear materials on the

the waste, which will ensure their return, nezískatelnost



l) procedures for staff responsible for records management

nuclear materials during inspections of the authority, the Commission and the agencies to



m) the procedures for staff events having an effect on damage,

theft or loss of nuclear materials, violations of the integrity or

the functionality of the control device of the Office, the Commission and the agencies to



n) the procedure for the evaluation of the material nezapočteného ^ 6).



§ 6



Accounting and operating records



(1) the holder of the authorization records in the registers referred to in

Article 9 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005 according to operational records

or the accompanying documents.



(2) operating records



and lead directly to) workplaces where nuclear materials are used,

stored or consumed,



(b)) contain the date and signature of the head of accountancy of nuclear materials or

his representative who made the record, and in the case of inventory changes

that lead to their records of nuclear materials, the signatures of 2

responsible staff, including signature of the head of the evidence of nuclear

materials. The head of the registers may in writing delegate to any person the person

the guidance of operating records to the confines of the workplace.



§ 7



Basic technical characteristics



The permit holder shall send the Office a copy of the basic technical

characteristics, which are processed and sent to the Commission in accordance with article 3

Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



§ 8



Programme of activities



The permit holder shall send a copy of the Office's programme of activities ^ 16) that

notified to the Commission pursuant to article 5 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.


If the authorisation-holder proposes to nuclear materials to consume in

non-nuclear activities, such as. the production of alloys, ceramics, coloring

glass batch, shall be sent by the Office of information containing an estimate of the planned

consumption for the coming calendar year which, in the course of the year

States pursuant to § 11 (1) 1.



§ 9



Accounting reports



(1) accountancy reports are:



and the inventory change report) ^ 6)



b) physical inventory listing ^ 20),



c) material balance report ^ 19).



(2) the holder of the authorization shall send a copy of the Office's accounting reports, which shall be sent by

Commission in electronic form in accordance with the models set out in annexes III,

IV and V of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005, in terms of the

Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005. The authorisation holder shall additionally be sent

A computer printout of the record Office's accounting reports or records

reports on forms 1, 2 and 3, a specimen of which is given in annex No.

1 to this Decree, bearing the signature of the head of the evidence of nuclear

materials, and communication with the Commission relating to accountancy reports.



(3) the inventory change report ^ 18) on form No. 1, a specimen of which is

listed in annex 1 to this notice, the holder of the authorisation shall be drawn up



and) sending nuclear material (hereinafter referred to as "shipper") transfers

of nuclear materials on the territory of the Czech Republic in 5 copies, one of which

sends the Office, 3 the authorisation holder that accepts nuclear material (hereinafter referred to

"the recipient"), and 1. The recipient shall verify the information referred to

by the shipper and when you fill in the form of the ICR 1 copy

sends back to the sender, 1 be sent to the Office and 1. In the case that

the recipient finds, based on our measurement of the difference in weight control

or fissile isotope u taken nuclear material, this

the fact the Office of ICR,



(b)) in the international transfers of nuclear materials, if the sender,

in 2 copies, one of which sends out of the Office and the second shall be retained. At the same time

affix the sender of each shipment of nuclear materials by the accompanying document

in the form of the notice of the export and import on the form No. 6, which is

listed in annex 1 to this notice, and the 2 copies of the dispatches

at the same time, supply 2 copies of Office and sends a 1. In the case of

that the recipient finds, based on our measurement of the difference in weight

element or fissile isotope in nuclear material adopted, shall notify the

This fact to the Office of the ICR,



(c)) in the inventory change of nuclear materials in addition to the transfers referred to in points

a) and b) in 2 copies, one of which sends the Office and the second shall be retained.

Inventory change report ^ 18) shall be sent to the Office no later than 5 days from the

the implementation of the changes.



(4) physical inventory listing ^ 20) be sent to the holder of the permit Office at

form No. 2, of which a specimen is given in annex 1 to this notice, to the

10 days from the date on which the physical inventory was taken ^ 5) nuclear

materials.



§ 10



Special report



(1) if the circumstances referred to in article 15 or 22 of the regulation, the Commission

(Euratom) No 302/2005, the holder of the authorization shall send without delay to the Special

a report sent to the Commission pursuant to article 14 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No.

302/2005 also the Office.



(2) the holder of the authorisation shall inform the Commission and the authority shall without delay about the violation of the

the seal and the functionality or the prescribed conditions for ensuring

device functional Commission, the agency or the Office to be checked

nuclear materials.



§ 11



Advance notification



(1) if the holder of the authorization wishes to nuclear materials to consume in

non-nuclear activities in such a way that they cannot be recovered,

shall send to the Commission and to the authority the information at least 2 months before the start of

This activity. The performance of the activities referred to in the first sentence begins the holder of the authorisation

After receiving the Commission's conditions for keeping the consumption.

The provisions shall not apply to the consumption of nuclear materials in nuclear

fission reactors.



(2) if the holder of the authorization is planned of the activities, which will be

broken the seal of the Commission, of the agency or of the common seal of the Commission and the

The Agency shall forthwith inform the Commission of such activity and the Office. In

the case of the planned activities, which will be violated by the seal of the Authority,

only the holder of the authorization shall inform the Office.



(3) if the holder of the authorization wishes to import nuclear materials, this

the fact of the Office on the form No. 7, a specimen of which is given in annex No. 1.

to this Decree.



§ 12



Operating losses, the detainee and the conditioned waste



(1) the procedures for keeping records of nuclear materials for the

the holder of the authorisation for which arise from the situation or změřitelné

operating losses, determined in accordance with article 6 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No.

302/2005.



(2) with regard to record keeping of nuclear materials is změřitelné

operating losses based on chemical analysis, calculation, or

estimated on the basis of measurement. Cannot be calculated from the material balance

as the difference between the weight of material entering the process and

the weight of the product. Results of the analyses and measurements are included in the operating

^ 9 records).



(3) the nuclear material from the změřitelných operating losses are

administratively, come from the normal evidence of nuclear materials as

retained waste ^ 13), and the amount is debited from the inventory of physical

inventory ^ 19). Shall remain subject to the control of the Commission, the Agency and the Office.

If the authorisation holder intends to make an adjustment of the nuclear material, which

is recognized as retained waste, zabetonováním, by pouring into the glass, cement

or asphalt, returns after the consent of the Commission with that by modifying the first nuclear

the material of the ICR ^ 18) into the usual evidence of nuclear

materials and after adjustment made him administratively come from the common

register as conditioned waste ^ 13). A copy of the minutes of the adjustment made,

that is part of the operating records ^ 9), send the holder of the permit Office

together with the ICR ^ 18).



(4) for nuclear material designated as retained or conditioned waste shall

leads a separate registration. The way the accounting records shall set

Article 30 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



(5) the holder of the authorization shall be sent by the Office, information about the next processing medium

or highly radioactive waste containing plutonium, high

enriched uranium or uranium-233, which have been transferred to the category of

retained or conditioned waste ^ 13), in accordance with article 31 of the regulation, the Commission

(Euratom) No 302/2005, at least 220 days before his

further processing. This measure does not include changes to the packaging or other

treatment of waste with the exception of separation of elements.



(6) the holder of the permit Office announces the transfers of conditioned waste ^ 13) according to the

Article 32 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005 until 31 December 2005. January for the

the previous calendar year.



section 13 of the



Exceptions



(1) the Commission may grant written exemptions from the authorisation holder

the rules governing the form and frequency of messaging records and

special reports ^ 10) ^ 11) pursuant to article 19 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No.

302/2005. On granting a derogation shall inform the holder of the authorization.



(2) nuclear material which has been granted a derogation as referred to in paragraph 1,

shall remain subject to the control of the Commission, the Agency and the Office. System management

nuclear material accountancy, to which it has granted an exemption pursuant to

paragraph 1, provided for in article 19 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.

The holder of the permit, which was granted the exemption, is also required to:



and the nuclear material register) under a separate area

material balance



(b)), send to the Office of the ICR ^ 18) in the case of departure and

reception of the nuclear material carried out within a region

material balance



(c)) to handle the nuclear material for separate physical

inventory ^ 19) and book inventory ^ 17).



PART THREE



CIRCUIT DATA ON MINING OF URANIUM AND THORIUM ORES AND THE MANNER AND FORM OF LEADERSHIP

THESE DATA



§ 14



(1) a natural or legal person who proposes to exploit uranium or

thorium ores in the territory of the United States, a minimum of 2 months before

the start of mining or ore processing Authority identifying information pursuant to §

in article 13(3). 1 (b). and the Atomic Act, location) of uranium and thorium

down, the preparation of uranium ore and concentrate production of thorium,

their estimated annual capacity and status information about the operation.



(2) natural or legal person that takes advantage of uranium or thorium ore

on the territory of the United States, processes and sends the Commission the documentation referred to in

Article 24 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005 and shall send a copy of

The Office.



(3) the information concerning the export or dispatch of the ore in accordance with article 25 of the regulation, the Commission

(Euratom) No 302/2005 and ICR ^ 18) shall be sent to the Commission

and the Office.



PART FOUR



THE SCOPE AND METHOD OF NOTIFICATION ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES OF SPECIFIED PROVISIONS

OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES



§ 15



Description of the site



(1) pursuant to article 2 paragraph 21 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No.

302/2005 and in article 18 (b). (b) the regulation of the European communities) ^ 3)

the Office, in cooperation with the Commission. Any natural or legal person

with activities in the localities determined for this site

in cooperation with the Office of the representative of the site ^ 20). Site representative within 30


days of their appointment shall submit to the Authority a general description of each building

part of the site, including its identification and equipment. The description must contain the

a schematic drawing of the site.



(2) the updating of the figures for the previous calendar year, submitted by the

referred to in paragraph 1, shall submit a site representative ^ 20) Office to 15. February

for the current year.



section 16 of the



The method of data reporting on research and development activities

laid down by a regulation of the European communities



(1) a natural or legal person who carries out research and development

activities related to the nuclear fuel cycle under article 2 and.

(i) or article 2 (b) (i) the regulation of the European communities ^ 3),

notify the Office at least 2 months before the start of these activities

identifying information in accordance with § 13 para. 1 (b). and the Atomic law instead)

and the range of activities carried out.



(2) any natural or legal person who carries out activities related

to the development of the nuclear fuel cycle under article 2 and (x) Regulation

Of the European communities ^ 3), the Office of their ten-year plan when you

the start of these activities.



(3) Update the data for the previous calendar year, submitted by the

referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be submitted to the Office within 15. February of the current year.



§ 17



Exports and imports of selected items



Natural or legal person who



and he intends to bring the selected item) ^ 2), it shall notify the Office of the

form No. 8, of which a specimen is given in annex 1 to this notice,



b) exports or imports the selected item ^ 2), he shall notify the authority of implementation

their import or export within 5 days from the date of each shipment.



section 18



Circuit of data on the activities set out in the regulation of the European communities

and the method and form of their transfer,



(1) a natural or legal person who carries out the activities referred to in article 2

and (iv) the regulation of the European communities ^ 3), it shall notify the Office at least 2

months before the start of these activities the identification information referred to in section 13 of the

paragraph. 1 (b). and Atomic law instead) and scope of activities carried out.

List of activities referred to in the first sentence is given in annex 2 to this

the Decree.



(2) Update the data for the previous calendar year, submitted by the

referred to in paragraph 1, shall be submitted to the Office within 15. February of the current year.



PART FIVE



COMMON AND FINAL PROVISIONS



§ 19



Retention of documents



Documents pursuant to § 3 (2). 2 and § 14 to 18 shall be kept for at least 5 years from the

their creation.



section 20



Electronic communication



Reporting of data under this Ordinance the authority can also be effected

through data banks operated under a special

law ^ 21).



section 21



Regulation (EEC)



Shall be repealed:



1. Decree No. 145/1997 Coll., on registration and control of nuclear materials

and their closer definition.



2. Decree No 316/2002 Coll., amending Decree No. 145/1997 Coll., on

registration and control of nuclear materials and their closer definition.



section 22



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. August 2010.



Chair:



Ing. Drábová in r.



Annex 1



Specimens of the forms



Annex 2



The list of activities subject to notification of the Office pursuant to section 18 of this order:



(I) manufacture of centrifuge rotor cylinders or gas files

centrifuges



Centrifuge rotor cylinders

means thin-walled cylinders as described in section 5.1.1.1. another legal

prescription ^ 22).



Gas centrifuges means centrifuges as described in section 5.1.

another law ^ 22).



(II) production of diffuse counters



Diffuse wall screens

means a thin porous filters as described in section 5.3.1.1. another legal

prescription ^ 22).



(III) the production or Assembly of systems based on laser technology



Systems that are based on laser technology

means systems incorporating the items described in point 5.7. another

^ law 22).



(IV) the manufacture or Assembly of electromagnetic isotope separators



Electromagnetic isotope separators

shall mean items listed in section 5.9.1. another law ^ 22)

containing ion sources as described in section 5.9.1.1. another legal

prescription ^ 22).



(V) the manufacture or Assembly of columns or extraction equipment



Columns or extraction equipment

shall mean the items described in points 5.6.1, 5.6.2., 5.6.3, 5.6.5.,.

5.6.6, 5.6.7. and 5.6.8. another law ^ 22).



(VI) manufacture of aerodynamic separation nozzles



Aerodynamic separation nozzles

or



vírovými tubes

means separation nozzles or Vortex tubes as described in points 5.5.1.,

5.5.2 respectively. another law ^ 22).



(VII) the manufacture or Assembly of uranium plasma formation systems



Uranium plasma systems

means the systems for the production of uranium plasma as described in section 5.8.3.

another law ^ 22).



(VIII) manufacture of solid pipes



Zirkoniovými pipes

means tubes as described in section 1.6. another law ^ 22).



(IX) the production or modification of heavy water, or deuterium



Heavy water or deuterium

means deuterium, heavy water (deuterium oxide) and any other

deuterium compound in which the ratio of deuterium atoms of hydrogen atoms

greater than 1:5000.



(X) the production of graphite nuclear purity



Graphite nuclear purity

means the graphite with purity level better than 5 ppm pine equivalent

and with a density greater than 1.50 g/cm3.



(XI) the production of tanks for irradiated fuel



Container for irradiated fuel

means a packaging file for the carriage and/or storage of irradiated

fuel which provides chemical, thermal and radiation protection, and

decay heat during handling, transport or storage.



(XII) the production of regulatory rods nuclear reactor



Regulatory guides nuclear reactor

means the bar described in section 1.4. another law ^ 22).



(XIII) production of tanks and containers secured against achieving criticality



Tanks and containers secured against achieving criticality

shall mean the items described in points 3.2. and 3.4. another legal

prescription ^ 22).



(XIV) manufacture of machinery for dividing the irradiated fuel elements



Machine for cutting of the irradiated fuel elements

means a device described in paragraph 3.1. other legislation ^ 22).



(XV) the construction of the hot chambers



Hot chambers

means the Chamber or interconnected Chambers with a total volume

at least 6 m3, shielding the corresponding equivalent of 0.5 m of concrete or

larger, with a density of 3.2 g/cm3 or greater, equipped with devices for remote

control.



1) of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005 of 8 February 2005. February 2005 on

the application of safeguards in the framework of the Euratom Treaty.



section 2 (b) 2). j) section 2 of the Act No. 18/1997 Coll. on peaceful uses of

of nuclear energy and ionizing radiation (the Atomic Act) and on the amendment and

to certain laws, as amended by Act No. 13/2002 Coll. and Act No.

253/2005 Sb.



3) the additional protocol to the agreement between the Republic of Austria, the Belgian

Kingdom, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of Finland, the Federal

Republic of Germany, the Hellenic Republic, Ireland, the Italian Republic,

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Portuguese

Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of Sweden, the European

Atomic Energy Community and the International Atomic

energy on the implementation of article. III (1). 1 and 4 of the Treaty on the non-proliferation of nuclear

weapons.



4) article 2 paragraph 9 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



5) point 17 of article 2 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



6) article 2, point 18 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



7) article 7 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



8) article 9 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



9) article 8 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



10) articles 10 to 13 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



11) article 14 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



12) articles 20 and 21 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



13) articles 30 to 32 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



14) article 19 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



15) article 3 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



16) article 5 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



17) article 2 paragraph 16 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



18) article 12 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



19) article 13 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



20) article 2, point 22 of Commission Regulation (Euratom) No 302/2005.



21) Law No 300/2008 Coll., on electronic acts and authorized

convert documents.



22) Decree No. 165/2009 Coll. on the establishment of the list of the selected items in the

the nuclear field.